One segment of the Everio manual tries to explain how to delete recorded data – and, as a last resort, even suggests smashing a storage card to dispose of personal data. When the drive becomes full, stored footage will need transfer to computer or deletion. Would you buy this? A 10x optical zoom gives the MC a slightly limited range. While we do anticipate that veteran digital video camera enthusiasts might find this new grip irritating, it poses no problems at all for the average user. There’s also separate SD MemoryCard slot available. There are some rather straightforward benefits of hard disk recording, such as immediate playback no more waiting for tapes to unwind.
|Date Added:||4 September 2010|
|File Size:||53.50 Mb|
|Operating Systems:||Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
JVC Everio GZ-MC review: JVC Everio GZ-MC – CNET
Video recording is still the big feature on the MC, and generally it does this well. The camcorder gx, at the very least, an interesting and glamorous addition for the enthusiast.
All the goodness of the Hero4 Black and Silver mixed in with a whole new bag of tricks.
Would you buy this? However the Everio shows us what’s possible. The G DVD software suite allows for the editing and burning of home movies, but is clunky and uninspiring.
The Bottom Line Will we banish video tapes? But this new era also requires a little consumer education. Gadget lovers will appreciate the beauty of cleverly concealed compartments just check the instructions if you can’t find them.
Unlike some camcorders, where stills are almost an afterthought, the Everio offers a fair blending of video and photo features.
Quality and image size can be selected via the menu, while continuous shooting and self-timer functions help to expand the usefulness of the still image capture.
Titles can be deleted quickly to make room for more footage, and various effects, such as sepia, strobe, and classic film can gx applied to a recording during playback, without changing the recording itself.
The MC does come with more to its arsenal than simply video recording. With excellent video quality, a long list of video, still and time-lapse options and a Membership is free, and your security and privacy remain protected. Both are very compact for the features they provide, although the upright MC is perhaps the looker. The entire camera is designed to be operated with one hand, and in fact, the only time that you will need to use two hands is when plugging in or unplugging cords, or unfolding the 1.
The Bad Too easy for finger to get in the way of the large lens or over the tiny sensor. One could easily take this device on an outing and leave their regular camera at home. Settings are fairly standard, providing some basic options for different shooting environments, and allowing users to achieve reasonable quality in most situations.
Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook’s The big advantage of the Everio is its hard disk drive. The LCD screen can swivel up to degrees, so that the user can point the camera at themselves and still see the display, which is great for recording footage of yourself without cutting off everything above your eyebrows. A 10x optical zoom gives the MC a slightly limited range. It’s capable of capturing images to Compact Flash or SD Memory Cards, and while the quality on these is relatively impressive, a lack of options restricts the level of control users have over their photos.
Design-wise, the Everio is unlike any camera we’ve seen.
I need power and lots of it. There are some rather straightforward benefits of hard disk recording, such as immediate playback no more waiting for tapes to unwind. Bottom Line A decidedly functional camera, delivering a very solid performance across the board, although at times sacrificing performance for simplicity. An improved design and higher resolution make this better than the original fly, but It needs to be formatted before use.
JVC Everio GZ-MC100
We found that at this level, however, quality and image stability were generally too poor to justify the increased zoom.
Sign in with LinkedIn Sign in with Facebook. Prying digital tapes from the hands of the average cameraperson might take a little persuasion, but if any device can coax them to experiment, it could be the sophisticated little Everio. If there’s a flaw in its design, it’s that the features included wouldn’t be quite powerful enough to attract serious enthusiasts.
Unlike cameras which record to cassettes, DVDs, or memory cards, the MC’s 4GB default hard disk allows for a lot more to be done on the fly.